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  • On Aug 28, 2022
    Patricia from PA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    With the new stroller guidelines, is Silver Cross Wave stroller allowed in a two seat configuration? (One tandem seat, one infant seat.) Thank you!

    Hey There, Patricia!

    It's so nice to see you here at planDisney –– thanks for stopping by with your question. Can you believe that after all that waiting, you're less than 30 days away from arriving at Walt Disney World Resort?  You must be getting so excited!  If you ask me, there's nothing better than experiencing the magic of Disney with little ones.  From seeing their eyes light up when they catch a glimpse of their favorite characters to watching them taste their first Mickey's Premium Ice Cream Bar, your visit is sure to be full of core memories from start to finish.  But while traveling with small children is an incredible experience, it usually means bringing along the right "stuff" to make your trip a success.  Let me share a few details about the Walt Disney World stroller policy to help you prepare for your upcoming visit.  

    As a mom of twin toddlers, I know that there's no travel accessory quite as important as your double stroller. While Walt Disney World Resort does have stroller restrictions, you'll be glad to know that the dimensions are pretty generous and most strollers, even the double variations that feel like a school bus, fit well within those parameters.  Currently, strollers that measure 31" in length and 52" in width, and smaller, are welcome in Walt Disney World theme parks (with the exception of stroller wagons, which are never permitted).  According to the manufacturer's website for your Silver Cross Wave stroller, it measures 43" by 23", so you'll be all set to use it during your upcoming visit.

    And speaking of things that can make life easier with small children, you'll definitely want to make good use of the Baby Care Centers, located in each Walt Disney World theme park, during your stay.  These adorable spaces offer quiet places to nurse or feed your baby and plenty of room for diaper changes –– they even have tiny toilets for potty training and high chairs on hand. You'll also find items for purchase, so if you've run out of diapers or need an extra onesie, you'll be able to find this type of thing as well.  These spaces are even a great spot to let your little ones cool off in the air conditioning or decompress if they need a break from the excitement of the parks. Be sure to check them out!

    Thanks so much for stopping by planDisney, Patricia.  I'm wishing you and your little ones a Walt Disney World Resort visit that's filled with pixie dust from start to finish!

    See Ya Real Soon,

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